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Wines Host Musical Group from Puerto Vallarta

For several years members of the Horseshoe Bay Community have enjoyed many fabulous entertainers brought here by Bill and Karen Wines.The Wines bring musical groups to Horseshoe Bay and open up their home so residents can share their concerts.During a recent trip to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, Bill and Karen invited a fabulous group named TIMES2Play to come to Horseshoe Bay.These performers met in

Father of HSB Resident Chosen for Honor Flights

Alton Holmes, father of Geneva Dalton of Horseshoe Bay, was given the privilege to be chosen for Honor Flights to go to Washington, D.C. as a World War II veteran. Honor Flights Houston took 25 veterans last weekend on a chance of a lifetime to see the memorials and be honored by military personal and civilians. Alton was a corporal in the Army.Alton was drafted into the Army before he turned 20

Local Sales Tax Receipts Continue Upward Trend

Statewide sales tax revenue in April totaled $2.38 billion, up three percent compared to statewide totals for April 2015. Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar said, “Growth in sales tax revenue was led by remittances from the retail trade and construction sectors. As expected, receipts from oil and gas related sectors continued to fall due to the ongoing decline in drilling activity.” Total state sales

MGA IRS Shamble Not Very Taxing

The MGA IRS Four-Man, Two Best Balls Shamble was held on April 15, and the event proved to be not very taxing for the players as 2 of the 23 teams tied for first place at 38 UNDER PAR and three teams tied for third place at 36 UNDER PAR! There hasn't been this much joy on April 15 since 1912....

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Special Moments on the Tee

Those folks who played in the Crawfish Open golf tournament weren’t the only ones competing at the Llano River Course during one of the Hill Country’s biggest weekends.Clients of the Special Opportunity Center on East Main in Llano got to show off some pretty good golf swings, April 14. “We began {the center} in 1971,” Jerry Land, the president of the non-profit organization, told me. “Trying to

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